May 24 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
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July 26 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
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September 27 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
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November 29 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
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Fantastic to see accessible pathways created to increase access to nursing to meet the shortfall experienced nationally. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywKJJhbmrFI&feature=share
Two day conference focussing on Continence. Deborah Oktar-Campbell Consulting and The Welcome Organisation presenting this afternoon on Continence and how it affects the Homeless. Excellent facilities at The Waterfront after…
We are into February already which is really quite amazing. It's the time of year when New Year resolutions start to tail off. That's why I don't make any! This…
#CNOsConference2016 @chiefnurseIRE @charlottemcardl CAWT- cooperation and working together Reflections and take aways Dr Siobhan O’Halloran, opening speaker Chief Nursing Officer. @chiefnurseIRE. Global nurse shortage. We need a global response. We…
Since qualifying as a Registered Nurse for Adults (Diploma) (Tayside and UU) I went on to complete my BSc in Health Studies (QUB) before going on to complete my FdSc in Counselling (UU). I have worked in the NHS and Independent Sector as a Nurse in Northern Ireland and Scotland before pursuing my career within the Independent Sector and performing as a senior manager/director over multi sites for the last 15 years. My knowledge lies in Care Homes, Nursing Agency and Domiciliary Care. During my time I have conducted all activities associated with operationally managing services and in addition have generated and commissioned new services/business and new categories of care. I commenced my Consultancy work in 2009. I am passionate about maintaining standards and delivering excellence in Nursing and as such hold a public appointment as a council member for NIPEC. I am also a Board Director for Women on the Move NI and a Syndicate Member of the Windsor Leadership Trust (College of St George London).
MONDAY – FRIDAY 9000 – 1700 = £40 per hour
Student Counsellors £35 per hour
MONDAY – FRIDAY 1700 – 2100 = £45 per hour
Student Counsellors £40 per hour
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS = £50 per hour
Student Counsellors £45 per hour
Fees are payable on each visit
(Company/Corporate fees and payment terms as agreed within SLA)
(Discretionary terms as agreed with Deborah Oktar-Campbell)
An important measure of quality is the extent to which service users’ needs and expectations are met. Deborah’s monthly visit assists in the auditing of systems that affect service user access, service user safety, and support for service user engagement. The report identifies areas for improvement, is factually based and concentrates on key processes as the route to better results focusing on service users, staff and other stakeholders. Improvements for the service are relevant, measurable, accurate and feasible.”
Deborah Oktar-Campbell works as a consultant for Trackars Healthcare. She carries out monthly inspections and completes the Reg 29 as required by RQIA. Deborah will identify any issues and provide advice on how to deal with them. She is up to date with current legislation and the NMC code of practice. And therefore is a valuable source of information for the company. On occasion when I have asked for advice she has been able to provide it immediately. Deborah is professional and approachable at all times.
Deborah has been providing a Consultancy Service to the Home since November 2016. During these months we have found her to be very knowledgeable and approachable. She has developed an excellent rapport with our residents, their visitors and the staff. We greatly appreciate the clear guidance Deborah has given as to how we can continually improve the quality of care we endeavour to deliver.
Review of a specific issue, serious adverse incident, accident, error and work back to establish how the incident occurred. This is invaluable to prevent a recurring issues and to provide learning and development. Often during this process causal factors are also uncovered.
Registered Providers must evidence monthly independent visits that provide a written report on the overall running and performance of the service. This service is offered as a once only assessment or as most Clients prefer on a monthly ongoing basis.
Baseline review of current business and performance with a focus on achieving optimum efficiency without compromising on standards.
Analysis of current workforce, understanding any pending changes, identify vacancies, advertise, shortlist, interview and recruit. Speciality in senior, speciality and executive positions .
Nursing and Residential Homes for Dementia should be sufficiently constructed and commissioned to provide enabling environments for those with Dementia. Small changes such as colour contrast can make a huge difference. An environmental audit can be conducted using recognised tools.
Analysis of training needs. Plan to address and maintain. Associate engagement.
Analysis of sickness data, employee engagement strategies, sickness reduction
Baseline assessment of service and resources required.
Bespoke consultancy services can be provided based on the clients current or perceived needs. Confidential and responsive. A Service Level Agreement (SLA) will be devised based on the first complimentary consultation in collaboration with the client.
Providers must evidence Home Managers are appropriately inducted, trained and supported. This is difficult if no other supporting homes in a group. A Manager specific plan can be provided based on the needs of the individual and the business.
Discrete professional recruitment management for very senior individuals.
Complete project management in partnership with the client to include commissioning, registration, marketing, recruitment.
1:1 Counselling - face to face, Telephone, Online
Generation of Policies and Procedures. Standard core Policies and Procedures can be offered as a set or individually.
Bespoke marketing on request. Experienced Marketing Consultant available as required.